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From Moznica valley
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From Moznica valley

 
From Moznica valley

Page Type: Route

Location: Julian Alps / Kanin Group, Italy/Slovenia, Europe

Lat/Lon: 46.39880°N / 13.56310°E

Object Title: From Moznica valley

Route Type: Hiking, Mountaineering, Scrambling

Season: Summer, Fall

Time Required: Most of a day

Difficulty: Walk-up

Route Quality: 
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Page By: Vid Pogachnik

Created/Edited: Jul 19, 2004 / Mar 8, 2006

Object ID: 161560

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Approach

Trailhead is at the end of road in Moznica valley. See the main page!

Route Description

 
A hand-made map of Jerebica...
Jerebica map

From the end of road (?) the marked path proceeds north of the creek bed, then it turns right (take care not to miss!), ascending over steep rocks. In this part the route is protected. Higher it proceeds over steep woods, finally reaching a clearing, where a path to a hunters' hut deters. Take care not to miss the path in high grass! But we continue up, still steep, although without serious problem. So we reach Jezersko sedlo (saddle), 1720m, an important point on the main ridge. The whole group of Vis and Montaz rises before us. Here the route turns towards east, following the main crest, but avoiding all peaks on it on northern, Italian side. So the path reaches the summit slope of Jerebica and in few further minutes the top. From Moznica valley 5 hours. Although marked, the route needs an experienced mountaineer.

How demanding the tour is?

0. General: 760m to 2125m, exposition SW, marked, protected grassy and rock route. Gear: good shoes, sticks, no water source on the route.
1. Effort: 1400m, 5h
2. Power: 2 – easy,
3. Psyche: 2 – easy,
4. Orientation: 3 – medium.

Miscellaneous Info

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Images

Jerebica from south - from...Jerebica seen from the ridge...Returning from the summit... Mangart (left) and Jalovec...A hand-made map of Jerebica...